Cylinder Head Resurfacing

Cylinder heads may need to be resurfaced to restore flatness or to improve the surface finish, or even milled to change the deck height for a variety of reasons.

The deck surface on the head may need to be resurfaced if the surface isn’t smooth or flat. A head may need to be resurfaced after welds or other repairs have been made, or milled to increase the compression ratio. The manifold surfaces on a head may need to be cleaned up due to corrosion or erosion, or the angle changed slightly to better align with an aftermarket intake manifold.

Whatever the reason is for resurfacing these parts, you want to do it quickly, efficiently and correctly. Mistakes here can be very expensive, because once metal has been removed there is no putting it back.

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- New Holland

- Massey Ferguson

- Perkins

- Scania

- Volvo

- Caterpillar


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